IKEA Shelf = Battlefield display for your game miniatures!
How are you doing? What? Have I talking to much about miniature games and board games latley? Well you know, this is a gaming blog! Anyway, today I found some old pictures of an IKEA shelf that I have at home (stored away right now) that lets you use shelfspace as a battlefield display for your miniatures.
Yes I said IKEA shelf. Yes I said battlefield.
Wanna see it? Here you go! (Sorry about not having a complete picture).
So I had an idea, I actually need to get this shelf properley up on my wall, and to celebrate this. I’m going to make a second shelf! I thought I would make a tutorial or… ”how to” post and/or a video about how you can do one yourself. And that is without having to buy plenty of expensive citadel/GF9 buildings. I mean if you want that on your shelf you’re welcome to put that on there of course!
So, next week Nurglings, I will show you how to make a sweet display!
Posted on 14 July, 2012, in Flames Of War, Malifaux, Miniature Games, Warhammer 40k, Warhammer Fantasy, Warmachine and tagged Alexander Eliasson, buy, create, display, how to, make, Miniature Games, nurgle, nurgleprobe, shelf, tips, tutorial, warhammer. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.